About Us

Welcome to Gardeners Voice

Hi I’m Don Grosvenor – Editor of Gardeners Voice,

Tea in the garden, perfect time to read.

I’m a gardener of a small Oxfordshire patch at the weekend, I work in the world of Information Technology during the week and in between I love to read what folks have been writing about in their own gardens.

As I collected and enjoyed following these blogs, I struck on the idea of sharing them with others and helping to promote some of these lovely writing gems and pearls of gardening wisdom – and Gardeners Voice was born.

It’s a hobby, although you may see the odd advert – we are not a corporation and today if our visitors occasionally click on one of the advertisements it merely softens the costs. Talking of adverts, I would also encourage you when you find someones blog through us, that you click on their sponsors and help them to maintain their writing.

We’ve also been building a little community on Twitter and we’ve just created a page on Facebook, so please say hello or whatever the cool kids are doing these days. We are definitely dabblers in this sort of thing, so occasionally things go awry, so please contact us if you see anything odd.

Perhaps you write a great gardening blog that you like to share? Or maybe you can recommend something you read? We love to discover new blogs and if we like them we’ll feature them here – we even have a badge! (see below). If you have a blog in mind then please visit our suggest a blog page.


Happy gardening!

Don Grosvenor

Editor, Gardeners Voice



Gardeners Voice Badge

If we feature your blog here on Gardeners Voice, then you are welcome to download our badges as a sign of approval from our gardening blogging community. The blogs we recommend have been recommended by others and are always those that we enjoy reading ourselves.

Simply insert the following into your blog template or widget:
<a href=”http://gardenersvoice.com”><img alt=”A Gardeners Voice Featured Blog!” src=”http://gardenersvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/GVbadge200px.gif” border=”0″></a>